- RECENT SETTLEMENT FOR 5.95 MILLION DOLLARS
- Construction Accident Law Firm Wins $10 Million Verdict
- 3 Million Dollar Verdict for Nursing Home Resident
- 2.4 Million Dollar Settlement for Construction Worker
- Liability Verdict and Subsequent 1.7 Million Dollar Settlement for Truck Driver Injured on Forklift
New York Trial Lawyers
Who Fight Hard for Their Clients
NEW YORK NURSING HOME ABUSE & CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENT ATTORNEYS
Dalli & Marino, LLP is one of New York’s most experienced and successful personal injury law firms. Our verdicts and settlements have recovered millions of dollars for our clients since 1996. We represent victims of nursing home abuse and medical malpractice as well as workers injured in construction accidents. Many of our clients have each recovered over a million dollars. Our team of highly skilled trial attorneys approaches each case on an individual basis. Construction accident, medical malpractice and nursing home abuse cases require great attention to detail. Unlike larger firms where your case is handled by numerous attorneys, each partner at Dalli & Marino, LLP is intimately familiar with your case. We have decided to remain at a size that permits us to deliver high quality, detail-oriented legal representation. This philosophy has resulted in an impressive record of maximizing recoveries for our clients since 1996.
The lawyers at Dalli & Marino are dedicated to helping you recover the money you deserve to compensate you for your loss. Our approach is simple. We are first and foremost trial attorneys who meticulously prepare every single case for trial. Our success in obtaining favorable verdicts and settlements for our clients is a direct result of that preparation.
Dalli & Marino, LLP has advocated passionately on behalf of thousands of injured clients throughout New York and New Jersey for over 17 years. Whether you are the victim of medical malpractice, nursing home abuse or were injured in a construction accident, we look forward to assisting you in any way we can.
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